Historic (rec.food.historic) Discussing and discovering how food was made and prepared way back when--From ancient times down until (& possibly including or even going slightly beyond) the times when industrial revolution began to change our lives.

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Default Stanley Holloway on Yorkshire Pudding

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/barnicl...e%20pudden.mp3



I was introduced to this concoction by an English relative while still an
Impressionable Young Yank and it may have been one of the reasons I went
abroad the first chance I got... ;-)



Since then I've eaten it, made it, exalted it, and excoriated it many times.
Very much like Holloway does in this MP3.



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Default Stanley Holloway on Yorkshire Pudding

Nice. Thanks



Opinicus wrote:
http://homepage.ntlworld.com/barnicl...e%20pudden.mp3



I was introduced to this concoction by an English relative while still an
Impressionable Young Yank and it may have been one of the reasons I went
abroad the first chance I got... ;-)



Since then I've eaten it, made it, exalted it, and excoriated it many times.
Very much like Holloway does in this MP3.



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Default Stanley Holloway on Yorkshire Pudding


Yes, very nice.

It's always struck me that the original way of eating Yorkshire pudding
- as a first course, with gravy, and followed by the meat - is a bit
like the Italian habit of starting with a pasta, perhaps with meat
juices, followed by the meat itself.

Lazarus


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